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Full text of "Annual reports of the Town of Roxbury, New Hampshire"



Annual Report 

of the town of 

ROXBURY 
New Hampshire 

1999 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING 
DECEMBER 31,1999 




The Roaring Brook Tunnel under the abandoned Boston and Maine Embankment 
Picture by Marika Stuhlsatz 



The Old Roxbury Church 




Joyce Darling McNeill when she was on a picnic with her family. 
Picture by June Darling 



F 

Hi 
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In Memory ofArnie Falk 

We have lost a good friend and able attorney, Arnie Falk. 

Roxbury was the first town Arnie represented in 1975 and also 

the last at the Betterment Assessment Hearing June 3, 1999. 

Roxbury was his favorite town. 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2010 with funding from 

Boston Library Consortium IVIember Libraries 



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Town of Roxbury, NH 
1999 ANNUAL REPORT 

Table of Contents 

Town Officers & Boards 3 

2000 Warrant 4 

2000 Proposed Budget 8 

Summary of Proposed Budget 10 

2000 Budget Revenues 11 

Expenditures 12 

Report of the Selectmen 14 

Treasurer's Report 15 

Tax Collector's Report 16 

Uncollected Taxes 17 

Report of Trustee of Trust Funds 18 

Report of Common Trust Funds 19 

Town Clerk's Report 20 

Report of Health Officer 20 

Vital Statistics 21 

Town Auditor's Report 22 

Forest Fire Warden's Report 23 

Police Report 24 

Road Agent's Report 26 

Report of the Zoning Board of Adjustment 27 

Report of Planning Board 27 

Report of School Board Representative 28 

Roxbury Scholarship Fund 29 

Minutes of the Annual Town Meeting 30 

Minutes of public Hearings 36 

Property Valuations & Property Taxes 39 



Board of Selectmen 



Town of Roxbury 

1999-00 Officials and Boards 

Police Department 



Peter Stuhlsatz 
James McNeill 
Glenn White 



•00 
'02 
'01 



Neil Collier, Chief 
Roger Turcotte 
Tracy Collier 
Earl Nelson 



Town Clerk 



Marika Stuhlsatz 


•00 


Tax Collector 




Cheryl Burroughs 


•00 


Town Treasurer 




Marcy Garrison 


■00 


Town Auditor 




Karen Cota 


•00 


Trustee of Trust Funds 




Robert Burroughs 


'00 


Town Moderator 




Mark Funk 


'00 


Sexton 




Steve Yardley 


■00 


Supervisors of the Checklist 





Fire Department 



Richard Donohue. Chief 
Town Forest Fire Warden 



Richard Donohue 
Health Officer 



Glen White 



Road Agent 



William Yardley 



Planning Board 



Marcia Robidoux "04 
Pat Whipple '02 

Tom Benson '00 

School Board Representative 



Glen White 



District 



Donald Tardiff, Chair '02 
Seaver Gilcreast Jr '00 
Peggy Hamill '01 

Neil Daniels -01 

Peter Stuhlsatz, Selectman Rep. 

Zoning Board of Adjustment 

Mark Funk, Chair "02 
Sandra LaPlante, Sec. "01 
Pat Whipple '01 

Gerry Davis '02 

Chip Drogue '00 

Irene Benson, Alt. '00 

Welfare Officer 

Peter Stuhlsatz 



The State of New Hampshire 



THE POLLS WILL BE OPEN FROM 6:00 PM to MID-MEETING 

To the Inhabitants of the Town of Roxbury, N. H. in the County o/Cheshire in said 
State, qualified to vote in Town Affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at The Roxbury Meeting House in said Roxbury on Tuesday, 
the Fourteenth (14th)of March, next at 7:00 of the clock in the evening to act upon the 
following subjects: 

1 . To choose all necessary Town Officers for the ensuing year: 

Selectman (3 years) Planning Board (3 years) 

Treasurer (1 year) Zoning Board of Adjustment (1 year) 

Tax Collector (1 year) Zoning Board of Adjustment (3 years) 

Town Clerk (1 year) Zoning Board of Adjustment Alt. (3 years) 

Auditor (1 year) Fire Chief (1 year) 

Trustee of Trust Funds (1 year) Moderator (2 years) 

Sexton (1 year) Supervisor of the Checklist (6 years) 

2. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $26,000.00 for general 
municipal operations, as follows: 

a. Town Official's Salaries... 

1 . Selectmen, total 3 $2,325.00 

2. Treasurer 750.00 

3. Town Clerk 1,500.00 

4. Auditor 500.00 

5. Trustee of Trust Fund 25.00 

6. Other Fees, Misc. 4,500.00 

b. Election 300.00 

c. Officer Expense 5,100.00 

d. Legal 3,000.00 

e. Personnel Administration 1,500.00 



f. General Government Buildings 3,000.00 

g. Insurance 3,000.00 
h. Advertising 500.00 

Total $26,000.00 



3. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $10,000.00 for salaries and 
expenses of the Police Department. 

4. To see if the town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $4,195.75 for the purpose of 
compensating the Roxbury Police Department for the summer patrols at Otter Brook Park 
These funds for expenditure are designated to the town through the US Army Corps of 
Engineers. The appropriation does not effect the Town's tax rate, but to be properly expended 
a vote is required. 

5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $750.00 for the salaries and 
expenses of the Fire Department. 

6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $1,000.00 to establish a 
Capitol Reserve Fund for the replacement of the Town's six wheel ATV. 

7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $1,500.00, as it's fair share 
of stand-by costs for the use of the City of Keene's ambulance service. 

8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $22,000.00 for summer and 
winter road maintenance. 

9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $26,254.03 for highway 
construction and reconstruction. Selectmen's comment: These funds for expenditure are 
designated to the Town through the Highway Block Grant Fund. The appropriation does not 
affect the Town's tax rate, but to be properly expended a vote is required. 

10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $13,360.00 to be paid for 
Solid Waste Disposal and recycling center privileges in the Town of Marlborough. 

11 . To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $91.00 for the community 
participation in the City of Keene's Household Hazardous Waste Collection Project. 

12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $500.00 for Town Welfare 
and emergency assistance to the Town Poor. 

13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $262.00 to support the 
Mental Health Service Program of Monadnock Family and Mental Health Service. 



14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of S152.00 to support the meals 
program of The Community Kitchen, Inc. 

15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $175.00 to support the 
Southwestern Community Services. 

16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $250.00 to support the Home 
Health Care i& Community Services. 

17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $500.00 for upkeep of the 
Cemeteries. 

1 8. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of 
taxes and will vote to raise the sum of $3,200.00 for interest expense. 

19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $100.00 for a contingency 
fund. 

20. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $400.00 as the Town"s 
planning expenses and it's share of expenses for the operation of The Southwestern New 
Hampshire Planning Commission. These funds may be used for financing the staff, 
operation expenses, planning, studies, technical assistance and other programs of the 
commission. These funds may be used in conjunction with other State and Federal Funds 
available for planning purposes. 

21. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $5,000.00 to be added to the 
Road Improvement Capital Reserve Fund previously established. 

22. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $1,500.00 to be added to the 
Capital Reserve Fund for the Town Police Cruiser previously established. 

23. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $3,000.00 for the initial 
building improvements to the Town's Meeting Hall and Offices. 

24. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $5,000.00 to be added to the 
Capital Reserve Fund for future reevaluation as previously established. 

25. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $6,100.00 to be added to the 
already established Road Improvement Capitol Reserve Fund. This sum is to come from 
fund balance (surplus) and no amount is to be raised from taxation. 

26. Shall the Town accept the provisions of RSA 3 1 :95-b providing that any town at an annual 
meeting may adopt an article authorizing indefinitely, until specific rescission of such 



authority, the selectmen to apply for, accept and expend, with out further action by the town 
meeting, unanticipated money from the state, federal, or other government unit or a private 
source which becomes available during the fiscal year? This authorization will remain in 
effect until rescinded by a vote of the town meeting. (Majority vote required). 

27. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $9,600.00 for repairs to the 
foundation of the Town Hall. A portion of these monies will come from a settlement with 
Peerless Insurance Co. and the balance from the Building Improvement Fund. 

28. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $12,000.00 for the purchase 
of a hardware and software package from AVITAR Associates of New England. This 
package contains a complete system for appraisal/ tax billing, tax collection, sales analysis, 
comparables search, and report generator. Installing these programs is the first step in 
reevaluation which is tentatively scheduled for next year. The monies for the purchase of this 
software and hardware will come from the State and will not increase the Town's tax rate but 
to be properly expended a vote is required. 

29. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $6,250.00 for the purchase of 
Forest fire fighting equipment. $1,250.00, is to be raised by taxes. The remainder $5,000.00 
is to come from a State grant. This must be approved by Town vote to obtain the money 
from the State. 

30. To transact any other business which may come before the said meeting. 

Given under our hands and seal, this 28th day of February, in the year of our Lord, two 
thousand. 

Peten, SttJitiiztf 

Selectmen 
Town of Roxbury 



A true copy of Warrant-Attest: 






Town of Roxbury 
January 1, 2000 to December 31, 2000 

Budget 



Purpose of Appropriation 



Town Government 

2. General Government 

A. Town Official's Salaries 

1 . Selectman total 3 

2. Treasurer 

3. Town Clerk 

4. .A.uditor 

5. Trustee of Trust Fund 
6. Other Fees, misc. 

B. Election 

C. Office Expenses 

D. Legal 

E. Personnel Administration 

F. General Government Buildings 
G. Insurance 

H. Advertising 
Total 

Public Safety 

3. Police 

Police Grant Otter Brook 

5. Fire 

29. Fire Dept. Grant ($5,000.00 from State) 

6. Capitol Reserve fund for 6 wheeler. 

7. Ambulance 

Highways 

8. Summer and Winter Road Maintenance 

9. Highway Block Grant 

Sanitation 

10. Solid Waste Disposal 

1 1 . Household Hazardous Waste 



Appropriations 



1999 



Actual 

Expenditures 

1999 



Appropriations 

Ensuing Fiscal 

2000 



$2,325.00 


$2,325.00 


$2,325.00 


500.00 


500.00 


750.00 


1.500.00 


1.500.00 


1.500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


25.00 


25.00 


25.00 


4,500.00 


3.755.41 


4,500.00 


300.00 





300.00 


4,500.00 


3J49.0] 


5.100.00 


4,500.00 


2.146.27 


3,000.00 


1.500.00 


773.12 


1,500.00 


3,000.00 


2.489.59 


3,000.00 


3.000.00 


2.916.00 


3.000.00 


500.00 


330.92 


500.00 


26.650.00 


21.101.32 


26.000.00 


10,000.00 


8,206.31 


10.000.00 

(4,195.75) 


750.00 


750.13 


750.00 

(6,250.00) 

1.000.00 


1,500.00 


1,009.68 


1.500.00 


22,000.00 


15,899.28 


22.000.00 


(24,911.88) 


(24.911.88) 


(26.254.03) 


12,850.00 


12,850.00 


13,360.00 


91.00 


45.50 


91.00 



Health 

13. Monadnock Family and Mental Health 



262.00 



262.00 



262.00 



Welfare 

!2. Town Welfare 

14. '['he CornmunilN Kitchen 

15. Southwestern Community Service 

16. Home Health Care & Com.munitv Service 



5(i0.00 





500.00 


204.12 


204.12 


152.00 


175.00 


175.00 


175.00 


250.00 


250.00 


250.00 



Debt Ser\'ice 

18. Interest on Loan 



3,200.00 



2.558.7- 



3.200.00 



Others 

1 7. Cemeteries 

19. Contingency Fund 

20. The Soutlivvestem New Hamp.shire 
Planning Commission 

23. Building Improvements 

27. Building Repairs (Insurance) 

28. Tax Billing Software (State) 

Capitol Reserve Fund In 

21. CRT Roads 

22. CRT Police Cruiser 

24. CRF Reevaluation 

Capitol Reserve Fund Out 

2 1 . CRF Roads 



500,00 
100.00 
400.00 


404.94 



320.00 


500.00 
100.00 
400.00 


3-000.00 


3.659.03 


3.000.00 

(9.600.00) 

(12.000.00) 


5.000.00 
1,000.00 
5.000.00 


5,000.00 
1,000.00 
5,000.00 


5,000.00 
1,500.00 
5,000.00 


(20,000.00) 


(20.000.00) 




$138,344.00 


$123,607.93 


$153,039.78 



Summary of Proposed Budg et 

Article 2 Totals $26,650.00 $21,101.32 $26,000.00 

Article 3-27 Totals $111,694.00 $102,506.61 $127,039.78 

Totals $138,344.00 $123,607.93 $153,039.78 

Unspent $14,736.07 

Total Overall $138,344.00 $138,344.00 $153,039.78 



10 



TOWN OF ROXBURY 

January 1 -to- December 3 1 
2000 BUDGET (continued) 



Sources of Revenue 



Taxes 



Yield Taxes 

Payment in Lieu of Taxes 

Interest & Penalties 



Estimated 


Actual 


Estimated 


revenue 


Revenue 


Revenue 


1999 


1999 


2000 


$1,550.00 

30.000.00 

3,000.00 


$3,137.00 
19.720.00 
4,264.42 


$2,000.00 

20.000.00 

3.000.00 



Licences, Permits and Fees 

Motor Vehicle permit fees 
Building permits 
Other Licenses and fees 

From State 

Shared Revenue 

Highway Block Grant 

Flood Control Reimbursement 



$20,000.00 


$23,250.00 


$23,000.00 


200.00 


0.00 


100.00 


400.00 


475.00 


400.00 


$10,000.00 


$8,476.27 


$10,000.00 


24,911.88 


24,911.88 


26,254.03 


4.500.00 


4.756.68 


4.500.00 



Miscellaneous Revenues 

Municipal Property Rental 
Interest on Investment 
Vliscellaneous Revenues 

Interfund Operational Transfer 

From Capital Reserve Fund - Roads 



$350.00 


391.00 


350.00 


3,000.00 


1,759.49 


2,000.00 


1,500.00 


1,380.97 


1,500.00 


$15,000.00 


$20,000.00 


$15,000.00 



1 otal Revenues & Credits 


Sn4,41i.88 


Si 12,522.71 


SI 08. 104.03 


Schedu 


le Of Town 


Property 






Bcginnii 


™g 


of Year 


End of Year 




i/l/99 






12/31/99 


Fixed Asset Group of Accounts 










Land and Improvements (Town Hall & 






$97,000.00 


S97,000.00 


L&B 






10.000.00 


10,000.00 


Fire Department L&B 






12.850.00 


12.850.00 


Machinery, Vehicles & Equipment 






7,400.00 


8.250.00 


Furniture & Equipment 










Total 






SI 27,250.00 


SI 28, 100.00 



11 



Town of Roxbury 
Expenditures 

(Modified Accrual) 
For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31. 1998 



General Government 

Town Officer's Salaries 

Election, Registration & Vital Statistics 

Town officer's Expenses 

Legal Expenses 

Personnel Administration 

Planning and Zoning 

General Government Building 

Cemeteries 

Insurance Not Otherwise Allowed 

Advertising and Regional Allocated 

Other Fees and Misc. 

Building Improvements 



S4.850.00 

0.00 

3,749.01 

2,146.27 

773.12 

320.00 
2,489.59 

404.94 
2,916.00 

330.92 
3.755.41 
3.659.03 



Total 



Public Safety 

Police 

Ambulance 

Fire 



$25394.29 



;8.206.31 
1,009.68 

750.13 



Highways 

Highways and Streets 



Sanitation 



Solid Waste Disposal 



Welfare 

Direct Assistance 
Vendor Pavments 



Debt Service 

Interest on Tax and Revenue 
Anticipation Notes 



Total 



Total 



Total 



Total 



Total 



$9,966.12 



$40,811.16 






$40,811.16 


$12,895.50 






$12895.50 


so.oo 




891.12 





$891.12 



$2.558.74 



$2,558.74 



12 



Interfund Operating Transfers In 

From Capitol Reserve Fund $20,000.00 



Total $20,000.00 

Interfund Operating Transfers Out 

To Capital Reserve Fund $ 1 ] ,000.00 



Total $11,000.00 
Payments to Other Governments 

Ta.NLes Assessed to County $30,4 ! 0.00 

Ta.\es Bought by the Town 8.8 1 4.00 

Ta.xes .^ssessed for School Districts 264.084.00 

Total $303,308.00 

Total Expenditures, for all Purposes S426.824.93 



13 



i owii Ot RoxDury 
Report of Selectmen 



1999 Tax Rate Calculation 



Town of Roxbury 

Appropriations 
Less: Revenues 
Less: Shared Revenues 
Add: Overlay 

War Service Credits 

Net Town Appropriation 
Special Adjustment 

Approved Town/City Tax Effort 
Municipal Tax Rate 

— School Portion — 

Net Local School Budget 
Regional School Apportionment 
Less: Adequate Educational Grant 
State Educational Taxes 

Approved School{s) Tax Effort 
Local Educational Tax Rate 



Tax 
Rates 



138,344 
106,218 

163 
3,888 

800 



36.651 








268.607 
(78,583) 
(84,969) 



36.651 



2.89 



105.055 



8.25 



State Educational Taxes 
Equalized Valuation (no utilities) x 

12,874,109 
Divide by Local Assessed Valuation (no 
utilities) 12.492.737 
E.xcess State Education Taxes to be Remitted 

To State 



$6.60 



84,969 



6.80 



— County Portion — 

Due To Count}' 

Less: Shared Revenues 

Approved County Tax Effort 
County Tax Rate 

Combined Tax Rate 
Total Propeity Taxes Assessed 
Less: War Service Credits 
Add: Village District Commitment 
Total Property Tax Commitment 



30.410 
(198) 



30.: 



256,887 

(800) 



256,087 



2.37 
^0.31 



— Proof of Rate — 

Net Assessed Valuation 
State Education Tax 
All Other taxes 



Tax Rate 
12,492,737 6.80 

12,726.604 13.51 



Assessment 

84,969 

171.918 

256.887 



14 



Town of Roxbury 
Treasurers Report 



(For the Fiscal year ending December 3 1 , 1999) 
Received from Tax Collector 

Property Tax 1999 

Propei-ty Tax 1998 

Timber Tax 

Other Taxes (payments on liens) 

Interest & Penalties on Delinquent Taxes 

Payment in Lieu of Taxes 

Taxes Bought by 1 own 

Total 



$219,688.23 

27,179.75 

3,137.00 

14,281.44 

4,264.42 

19,720.00 

8,814.00 

5297,084.84 



Received form the Town Clerk 

Motor Vehicle permit Fees 
Dog Licenses 
Dog Penalties 
Filing Fees 

Received from the State of New Hampshire 

Shared Revenue 

Highway Block Grant 

Flood Control Reimbursement 

Law Enforcement 

Admin. Cost 

Misc. 

Revenue from Miscellaneous Sources 



Total 



Total 



Rents on Property 

Other Miscellaneous Sources (Selectmen) 

transfer from Investments Pool 

Bank of NH Loan 

Total 



$23,250.00 

405.00 

62.00 

8,00 

S23J25.00 

$865.50 

24,911.88 

4.756.68 

600.00 

12.000.00 

7,610.77 

S50,744.83 

$391.00 

1,380.97 

45.000.00 

150.000.00 

S196J71.97 



Grand 1 otal Received 

Opening Book Balance, 1/1/99, per report 

Less Expenses 



Cash per Bank Statement 12/31/99 

Outstanding Deposits 
Outstanding Checks 



$142,436.04 

609.887.05 

$100,875.63 

107.417.88 

20.954.02 

27.496.27 

$100.875.63 



15 



Town Of Roxbury 
Tax Collector's Report 

Fiscal year ending December 31,1 999 
Credits 
Remitted to Treasurer During Fiscal 
Year 1999 

Property taxes $230,587.00 

Yield Taxes 3,137.00 

Interest 12.00 

Conversion to Lien 0.00 



1998 

$276,544.00 

818.25 

81.85 

0.00 



Abatements Made 

Property Taxes 



0.00 



154.00 



Uncollected Taxes - end of year 

Property Taxes 
Total Credits 



25,500.00 
$259,236.00 



32.338.00 
$309,936.10 



Debits 



Uncollected Taxes Beginning of Fiscal Year 








Property Taxes 








Taxes Committed this Year 








Property Taxes 


$2 


56,087.00 


$309,036 


Yield Taxes 




3,137.00 


818.25 


Interest Collected on Delinquent Taxes 




12.00 


81,85 


Total Debits 


$259,236.00 


$309,936.10 


Summary of Tax Lien Accounts 








Debits 


98 


97 


96 


Unredeemed Liens - Beginning of year 


0.00 


0.00 


$12,345.50 


Liens executed during year 


$,814.00 


$11,320.50 


0.00 


Interest and Cost Collected 








(After Lien Execution) 


15.36 


0.00 


1.290.00 


Total Debits 


$8,829.36 


$11,320.50 


$13,635.50 


Credits 








Redemptions 


3,069.50 


0.00 


$7,299.00 


Interest and Costs after Lien Execution 


15.36 


0.00 


1,290.00 


Unredeemed Liens Balance End of Year 


5.744.50 


11.320.50 


5.046.50 


Total Credits 


$8,829.36 


$11,320.50 


$13,635.50 



16 



Town of Roxbury 
Uncollected Taxes - Levy of 1999 

As of December 31,1999 



*Zoom City Power Sports $436.00 

*Buckley. Carl Bett>' & Juliana 500.00 

*Carey. Dennis & Deanna 706.00 

*Darling, June F. 505.00 

Davis. Philip L. 158.00 

Geddes. Paul 794.00 

James, Francis & Barbara 777.00 

* Jewett. David & Cynthia 3,036.00 
Johnson. Bruce & Jackie 2.633.00 
Keating, Kenneth J. & Dorothy 3.047.00 
LaBrie. Bruce & Deborah 1 .644.00 
Martineau. Andre M. & Richard 2.201 .00 
Mooney. David 1,643.00 
Robidoux. Lawrence & Marcia 2,5 1 8.00 
Schultz, Louis. Joan & Mark 43 1 .00 
Seafield Pine Corp. 254.00 

* Shaw. Charles 3^" & Nancy 1 40.00 

* Wallace. Geraldine 79.00 
White. Mar>- Jo & Glen L. 2.505.00 

Total 25,500.00 



- As of press time. February 28. these ta.xes have been paid in full. 



I certify that the above list showing the names of delinquent taxpayers and amounts due as of 
December 31.1998 is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief 



Cheryl Burroughs 
Tax Collector 



17 



Report of the Trustee of the Trust Fund 
Town of Roxbury 



DATE 


NAME OF TRUST 


HOW 


PRJNCIPLE 


INCOME 


TOTAL 


OF 


FUND 


INVESTED 


BALANCE 


BEGINNING 


FOR 1998 


CREATION 








BALANCE 

$115.67 


P/I 


03/08/1892 


Rue! Kingsbury 




$100.00 


$245.67 


08/08/1934 


Nye Cemetery Fund 


BANK OF 


$100.00 


$103.13 


$203.13 


07/12/1940 


Eli Clark 


N.H. 


$200.00 


$417.72 


$617.72 


12/05/1956 


Ruben Phillips 


CD@ 


$100.00 


$138.01 


$238.01 


06/04/1909 


Georae G. Davis 


5.40% 


$100.00 


$219.73 


$319.73 


04/14/1921 


Ellen R. Davis 




$100.00 


$147.42 


$247.42 


01/11/1948 


Josiali and Eliza Davis 


NH-PDIP/MBIA 


$100.00 


$148.29 


$248.27 


06/24/1915 


Roxburv Cemetery Fund 


MUNICIPAE 


$11.61 


$26.51 


$38.12 


04/30/1964 


Charles and Alice 


INVESIMENT 


$100.00 


$134.63 


$234.63 




Eveleth 


SERVICE 


$911.61 


$1,451.10 


$2,362.71 



06/05/1998 Robert Pyne 



NH-PDIP/NBIA 



$10,000.00 



$763.90 $10,763.90 



Respectfully Submitted by 



Robert Burroughs 
Trustee of Trust Funds 



Report of Common Trust Funds Investments 
Town of Roxbury 



Name of Investment 


Invested 


Beginning 
Balance 


Income 
During Year 


Grand Total 








Capitol Res. Police 


MBIA 


$2,000.00 


81.85 


2,081.85 


Capitol Res. Roads 


MBIA 


21,786.55 


471.06 


2,257.61 


Capitol Res. ReValue 


MBIA 


10,000.00 


409.70 


10,409.70 


Cemetery Trust 


MBIA 


2,072.47 


100.21 


2,172.68 


Baiik of NH 


Cert, Deposit 


1,052.08 


49.77 


1,101.85 
18,023.69 



Respectfully Submitted 



Robert Burroughs 
Trustee of Trust Funds 



Town of Roxbury 
Town Clerk's Report 

The following is the annual Report of this office for the period 
Janiiaiy 1 , 1 999 to December 3 1 , 1 999 



Motor Vehicle Permits 
Dog Licenses 
Dog Penalties 
Marriage Certificates 
Filing Fees 
Vital Statistics 

Total 



$23,250.00 

405.00 

62.00 

8.00 

$23,725.00 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Town Clerk 



Town Of Roxbury 
Report of Health Officer 



In the last year, we have had no septic systems installed. 



Respectfully Submitted, 
Health Officer 



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Vital Statistics 



Births 



Date 


Child's Name 


Parents 


Place of Birth 


05/23/1999 


Maya Eleanor Benson 


Mark Benson 
Katharine Jewett 


Keene. NH 


07/14/1999 


Emma Cait Tretler 


Kenneth Tretler 
Kimberly Baker 


Keene, NH 


12/17/1999 


Elizabeth Viola Garrison 


Sean Garrison 
Marcy Garrison 


Keene, NH 



Marriages 



Date 

01/15/1999 



Deaths 

Name Parents 

George L Davis Lorenzo Davis 

Florence Ball 



Place of Death 



Keene, NH 



02/07/1999 



Bruce C. Johnson Karl Johnson 

Mary (Unknown) 



Roxburv, NH 



05/13/1999 



Harry R. Spalthoff Heinrich Spalthoff 
Daisy Wood 



Lebanon, NH 



05/28/1999 



Florence M. Selby Wilfred Blain 
Yvonne Dupuis 

Respectively Submitted 

Marika Stuhlsatz 

Town Clerk 



Keene, NH 



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TOWN AUDITOR'S REPORT 

Selectman, Town of Roxbury 
RoxburyNH 03431 

This is to certify that I have examined the books for the Town of Roxbury for the year 
ending December 31,1 999 

I have examined the books and records of the Town Clerk, Town Treasurer, Tax 
Collector, Selectman and Trustees of Trust Funds. I fmd that the books and records of the 
Town reflect its true financial condition as of December 31, 1999 to the best of my 
knowledge and belief 

I would like to thank all of the town officials who worked very hard all year long. This 
audit took the efforts of all of us to bring about a satisfactory result. It is very 
encouraging to work with a group of dedicated and caring people of Roxbury. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Karen Cota 

Town Auditor, Roxbury NH 



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REPORT OF TOWN FOREST FIRE WARDEN AND STATE FOREST RANGER 

To aid your Forest Fire Warden, Fire Department and State Forest Ranger, contact your 
local Warden or Fire Department to find out if a permit is required before doing ANY outside 
burning. Fire permits are required for any open burning unless the ground is completely covered 
with snow where the burning will be done. Violations of RSA 227-L: 17, the fire permit law and 
the other burning laws of the State of New Hampshire are misdemeanors punishable by fines of 
up to $2,000 and/or a year in jail. Violators are also liable for all fire suppression costs. 

There are eleven Forest Rangers who work for the New Hampshire Division of Forests 
and Lands, Forest Protection Bureau. During the 1999 season Forest Rangers were busy assisting 
communities with suppression of difficult and remote muUi-day fires. Forest Rangers have also 
investigated numerous complaints regarding violations of the timber harvest and forest fire laws, 
and taken enforcement action to ensure compliance. If you have any questions regarding forest 
fire or timber harvest laws, please call our office at 271-2217. 

There are 2400 Forest Fire Wardens and Deputy Forest Fire Wardens throughout the 
state. Each town has a Forest Fire Warden and several Depury Wardens who assist the Forest 
Rangers with forest fire suppression, prevention, and law enforcement. The 1999 fire season was 
a challenging but safe year for wildland firefighters in New Hampshire. The severe drought 
conditions throughout the spring and summer months combined with residual effects of 1998 Ice 
Storm, resulted in a dramatic increase in wildland fires. In addition to burning in excess of 452 
acres, 35 structures were also impacted by wildfire. Wildland fires in the urban interface is a 
serious concern for both landowners and firefighters. Homeowners can help protect their 
structures by maintaining adequate green space around them and making sure that houses are 
properly identified with street numbers. 

The State of New Hampshire operates 15 fire towers, 2 mobile patrols and 3 contract 
aircraft patrols. This early detection and reports from citizens aid in the quick response fi-om 
local fire departments. This is a crifical factor in controlling the size of wildland fires and 
keeping the loss of property and suppression costs as low as possible. 

Please contact your local fire department before doing ANY outside burning. 
REMEMBER ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT FOREST FIRES' ! 






1999 FIRE STATISTICS ^ ,^ _ 

(All Fires Reported thni December 10, 1999) ^.^^^' '^'^ , "<-'^''X'- "'J^ 

TOTALS BY COUNTY CAUSES OF FIRES REPORTED 





Numbers 


Acres 






Hillsborough 


271 


50 


Debris Burning 


352 


Rockingham 


218 


111 


Miscellaneous * 


279 


Merrimack 


213 


115 


Smoking 


188 


Belknap 


139 


66 


Children 


176 


Cheshire 


131 


28 


Campfire 


161 


Strafford 


98 


26 


Arson/Suspicious 


54 


Carroll 


81 


17 


Equipment Use 


43 


Grafton 


70 


18 


Lightning 


42 


Sullivan 


62 


17 


Railroad 


6 


Coos 


18 


3.25 








Total Fires 


Total Acres 


* Miscellaneous (powerlines. 


fireworks. 


1999 


1301 


452.28 


structures, OHRV) 




1998 


798 


442.86 







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ROXBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT 

TOWN REPORT 1999 
EMERGENCY 91 1 BUSINESS 352-4903 



The Roxbury Police department had an another very good year this year. Patrolling was up and complaints 
were down. There were a lot more lengthy investigations done this year and a lot more court time, not due 
to motor vehicle traffic as much as real crimes against the town's people. As I have indicted before 
Patrolling, national sitistics show reduces crime. We have moved many people all year from the dam that 
were partying and littering and found many teenagers hanging around in town that were sent on their way 
that had no business in town, that were parked in various areas. 

SELECTMAN: 1 would first like to thank the selectmen for all their help and guidance throughout the year. 
They are a great assist to the Police department as they know what the town's people expect from the 
Police Department. And they have been able to give me input to help serve the towns people better. 

COMPLAENTS: Complaints were down again this year, I confribute this to more pafrols, and the follow up 
work that has been done with pass complaints, where violators were brought to justice. 

CRUISER; This year we have encounted a lot of problems with the windshield wipers, this is due to 
linkage getting worn as the truck is 23 years old. The power steering linkage was not fixed this year as of 
yet. The back body needs work and this must be done, as it is our obligation to have a police unit that is 
legally inspectable. Once again I am actively looking for a replacement as we are going to keep encounting 
many repairs for the future. This vehicle has been pretty good to us. This has allowed us to get to those hard 
to reach calls in bad weather and during mud season that is not possible with a standard car. 

EQUIPMENT: a pair of portable radios were bought this year to inhanse officer safety, when the officer 
leaves his vehicle and either goes into a home or into the woods on foot. And in the event another call 
comes in during the time he has left the vehicle, he will be aware of it right away. Again we bought a few 
small items to help us do are job better, and the pagers we all carry were serviced and had fresh batteries. 

SUPPLIES: Office supplies are on the rise. The state mandates that certain paperwork be completed in a 
certain way. To be allowed to apply for federal ftinding it is mandatory to have a computer, which each 
oflTicer has bought at no cost to the town to complete this. All 1 ask is that the town buys the supplies need 
to accomplish this. This year other things need to be purchased such as ammo and road flares for accidents, 
and other misc. items. This year also I hope to buy a lap top computer for the cruiser as we are going to be 
able to get information we need right away on a stop about the operator and the vehicle. Now we have to 
radio the Local State police barracks. And many times they are busy and can not give us the information 
right away when needed. We had a subject get away from us this year, as the information was not available. 
It took a lot of time to locate this person later to bring him before the court, as he was a wanted subject. 

OFFICERS: Our officers work different shifts so you may call on one of us 24 hours a day. We are part 
time and some times we are not available however we have better coverage than most towns in the county, 
as one of us is usually available. We may not be on pafrol at that time but by call the dispatch 352-1 100 or 
91 1 we can be reached either by pager or phone. I would encourage you not to call an officer at his home as 
he may not be the one that is available at that time. The dispatch can find the officer available faster as they 
have many ways of reaching us. And they are notified when we are not available. 



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GRANTS: I wrote another grant this year that supplied the town with 60 hours of additional patrol at no 
expense to the town. Due to the calls being down this year the administration cost were able to be taken 
from the call line. This again was also helpful to deter crime as we were out there more. 



SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY: I would ask that if anyone sees anything suspicious or that seems a little strange 
they must report it right away as it is necessary for someone to respond and try to correct the problem or 
look into it right away. Letting the Police department know about something a week later is of no help. It 
hurts the chances of being able to find that person or vehicle at a later time. 



POINTS OF INTREST: If you see a strange vehicle look for a license plate number. If you see a suspicious 
person, try to look at the clothing they are wearing and write it down for us. The color of clothes, type of 
clothes, facial hair, long or short hair, backpacks, etc. This will be a great deal of help in finding this 
person, or vehicle. Being a part time department it is necessary for your help as we are not always on patrol 
and may be several minutes getting there. A lot of cases have been solved in the past from the help of the 
towns people, this works. SO PLEASE HELP US HELP MAKE YOU SA.FE. 



CLOSING: I want you people to know I am making every effort to help keep cost down, finding grants and 
price shopping for equipment and supplies. We have used the state police more often this year, as they are 
available for the non-emergency calls, such as broke down vehicles, minor accidents and informational 
purposes. It's a tough job keeping up with State standards and trying to give you proper police protection 
and keep cost down. I am always actively looking for some type of relief for the budget. All I ask is please 
work with me in trying to keep the towns people safe. This is your town and it's your decision to make 
what kind of a Police department that you want and think is adequate. 



PISTOL PERMITS; Pistol permit applications can be picked up at the Selectmen's office on Monday 
nights between 7:00pm and 9:00pm. The cost of the permit is $10:00 for a 4-year license. Please allow 14 
days for processing. 



Respectfully Submitted, 
Neal F. Collier 



Chief Of Police 

Roxbury Police Department 



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Town of Roxbury 
Road Agent's Report 



Summer Maintenance: Last years largest project was paving Davis Road from the Ellis 
homestead to the bottom of the hill near the parking lot at Otter Brook Recreational Area. 
Preparations for this project involved replacing and cleaning culverts, reducing the slope near the 
Ellis Homestead to improve visibility, and grading the road prior to paving it, at the cost of 
approximately $35,000.00, $20,000.00 of which came from the Capitol Reserve Fund for 
improving town roads. Grading roads, cleaning ditches and culverts, cutting brush and other road 
maintenance brought the total summer spending to $43,801.21. 

Winter Maintenance: Responsibility for winter maintenance was contracted to B.C. 
Construction of Marlborough. In spite of what seems to be an increase of sleet and freezing rain 
as opposed to normal snow conditions, the roads were kept open and there were few complaints. 
Many thanks to Bill Coutts and his workmen. Total winter spending $16,109.95 



Total Appropriation including 
Highway Black Grant 
Funds from Capitol Reserve 



$46,911.88 
20.000.00 
66,911.88 



Total spending 
Surplus 



60.811.16 
$6,100.72 



Respectively Submitted 

Bill Yardley 
Road Agent 



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OWN OF ROXBURY 

'LANNING BOARD REPORT OF 1 999 

he Roxbury Planning Board now consists of members elected by the town meeting. The terms are staggered so that 
10 more than one member changes each year. 

he Board received a request for Site Plan Review from Cornerstone Outreach Ministries, Inc., for approval of the 
ise of their land on Route 9 for an annual safety stop for motorcycles during motorcycle week in June. Two public 
learings were held on 10/26/99 and 11/30/99, the latter continued to 1/4/00. However, due to a newly 
liiscovered possible wetlands problem on the land, and a closely approaching time limit during which the Board 
|;ould consider the application under the new state regulations, the request was withdrawn on 1 /5/00, to be 
lesubmitted when the problem is resolved. 

'he Board met with Carol Ogilvie of the Southwestern NH Regional Planning Commission in May and again in 
January to bring us up to date on the changing state regulations and their effect on the functions of the Board. 

rhe Planning Board meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm in the Roxbury Meeting House. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ROXBURY PU\NNING BOARD 

Don Tardiff, Chairman 

^eter Stuhlsatz, Selectman Representative 

bick Gilcreast, Secretary 

Meil Daniels 

peggy Hammill 



Town of Roxbury 
Zoning Board of Adjustment 

No new business for 1999 
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Town of Roxbury 
REPORT OF THE SCHOOL BOARD REPRESENTATIVE 

Monadnock Regional School District 
1999-2000 School Year 
Determination of Assessment for Taxation 2000-2001 

Proration Factors Based On 1998 Equalized Valuation 

District Valuation $590,487,796.00 

Roxbury Valuation 12,874, 1 09. 00 

Roxbury Percentage 2.18% 

Net Expenditures Based On Equalized Valuation (District) 

Principal $80,000.00 

Interest $39,780.00 

Gilsum Project $833,436.00 

Total $953,216.00 

Roxbury Net Capital Expense 

Equalized Valuation Percentage: 2.18% 
Net Capital Expense Assess: $20, 780. 1 1 

Proration Based on 1998-1999 Resident Membership 

District ADM: 2571.8 

Roxbury ADM: 38.3 

Roxbury Percent: 1.49% 

ROXBURY PROJECTED LOCAL SCHOOL TAX 2000-2001 

Percentage Apportionment Capital Assess Total Tax 

1.49% $98,485.48 $20,780.11 $119,265.59 

Congratulations to Mike Neylan and the Facilities Committee for the successful, 
underbudget Emerson School Project! The current school year budget is $20, 620,937 and 
the proposed budget is $20,939,583 for an increase of 1.52%. Two years ago, the District's 
total local school tax effort exceeded 15.2 million dollars. If we approve the operating 
budget and all warrant articles on March 13"', we'll have a District-Wide local tax effort of 
7.3 Million Dollars — OR APPROXIMATELY ONE HALF OF WHAT IT WAS TWO YEARS 
AGO. The increased Medicaid revenues and increased funding under "Claremont" are 
positive realities. 

Resj^ctJ^lly Submitted, r /\ 

School Board Representative 

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"Roxbury Scholarsliip Fund" 

The Roxbury Scholarship Fund «a.l994 to acknowledge 

Roxbury graduates of Monadnock Regional High School by the citizens. 

ITie continuation of awards are only possible through membership dues and donations. 

Become a year 2000 member and support the recognition of our students 

Yearly dues are only $10.00 per member. (Additional donations are always welcome.) 

Anyone wishing to attend or make the presentation at the 

"Monadnock Regional High School Senior Awards Event" 

should contact a committee member by June T' 2000 

President, Treasurer Carol A. White 

Secretary Jennifer Goodell 

1999 

MEMBERS IN GOOD STANDING 

Mr and Mrs Robert Burrouglis 

Mr and Mrs William Yardley 

Carol A and Fred A White 

Mark Funk 

Steve and JoAnn Yardley 

C and M Kaufer 

* Karen Laporte 

*Mark Supry 

Mr and Mrs Glen White 

Don Caruso and Nancy Johnson 

Carol Bufflim 

*Helen Mamikonian 

*Dr Mae Beck 

Sharon and Jim Rousmaniere, Jr. 

Peter and Marika Stuhlsatz 

♦Member and Outstanding Supporter 

MRHS Class of 1999 Award Recipients 
Courliicy Yardley 
Bccki liurroughs 

I'Yes! . ~ 

Count me in as a member of the Roxbury Scholarship Fund ! 

□ Enclosed is my dues of $ 10.00 ^oun name,s, 

Q Enclosed is my spouse's / . ■- dues of $ 10.00 

Q Enclosed is an additional donation of $ 

Total enclosed: $ town, state, zip 

PLEASE SEND YEAR 2000 MEMBERSIHP DUES: ROXBURY SCHOLARSHIP FUND, C/O CAROL WHITE, 
8 MIDDLETOWN ROAD, ROXBURY, NEW HAMPSHIRE 03431-8703 



STREET 



^irn^'H^' 



Please make checks payable to : 
Roxbury Scholarship Fund 



Town of Roxbury 

Minutes of the 1999 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 

Tuesday, March 9, 1999 

The meeting was called to order by Moderator Mark. Funk at 7:00 p.m. Selectmen Peter 
Stuhlsatz, James McNeill and Glenn White were present. 

The polls were declared open at 6:00 p.m. and closed at 8:30 p.m.. Of 183 registered voters, 7H- 
cast ballots, including 1 1 absentee ballots. 

Article 1: To choose all necessary Town Officers for the ensuing year: 

Selectman for three year term: 72 votes cast. James McNeill received 70 votes. 

Micheal Neylan received 2 write in votes. James McNeill elected. 
Selectman for two year term: 66 votes cast. Glerm White received 62 votes. 

Remainder were write in scatter. Glenn White elected. 
Town Clerk: 76 votes cast. Marika Stuhlsatz received 76 votes. Marika Stuhlsatz 

elected. 
Tax Collector: 72 votes cast. Cheryl Burroughs received 71 votes. Marika Stuhlsatz 

received 1 vote, Cheryl Burroughs elected. 
Treasurer: 74 votes cast. Marcy Garrison received 74 votes. Marcy Garrison elected. 
Sexton: 74 votes cast. Steve Yardley received 74 votes. Steve Yardley elected. 
Fire Chief: 74 votes cast. Dick Donohue received 70 votes. The rest were write in 
scatter. Dick Donohue elected. 

Auditor: 70 votes cast. Karen Cota received 70 votes. Karen Cota elected. 
Planning Board one year term: 70 votes cast. Seaver Gilcreast Jr. received 70 votes. 

Seaver Gilcreast Jr. elected. 
Planning Board two year term: 73 votes cast. Peggy Hamill received 73 vote. Peggy 

Hamill elected. 
Planning Board two year term: 69 votes cast. A. Neil Daniels received 69 votes. A. 

Neil Daniels elected. 
Planning Board three year term: 73 votes cast. Don Tard iff received 72 votes. Barbra 

Neylan received 1 vote. Don Tardiff elected. 
Zoning Board of Adjustment three year term: 71 votes cast. Gerry Davis received 70 

votes. Ed Cormier received 1 . Gerry Davis elected. 
Zoning Board of Adjustment three year term: 24 votes cast. Mark Funk received 18 

write in votes. The remainder were write in scatter. Mark Funk elected. 
Trustee of Trust Funds: 66 votes cast. Robert Burroughs received 65 votes. Fred White 

received 1 . Robert Burroughs elected. 



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Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of S27,150.00 for 
general municipal operations, as follows: 

a. Town OfficiaPs Salaries... 

1. Selectmen, total 3 $2,325.00 

2. Treasurer 500.00 

3. Town Clerk 1,500.00 

4. Auditor 500.00 

5. Trustee of Trust Fund 25.00 

6. Other Fees, Misc. 4500.00 

b. Election 300.00 

c. Officer Expense 4,500.00 

d. Legal 4,500.00 

e. Personnel Administration 1,500.00 

3,000.00 

f. General Government Buildings 3.000.00 

g. Insurance 500.00 
h. Advertising Total $26,650.00 



Selectman James McNeill made a motion to amend the article, motion was seconded and 
article was amended to read #6 other fees, $4500.00 changing the total to $26,650. Article 
as amended carried 

Article 3: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $10,000.00 for 
salaries and expenses of the Police Department. After discussion motion carried. 
Report of discussion: Residents asked why the $200.00 increase over last year. Chief 
Collier explained that the addition of a third part time officer has raised the insurance cost 
of patrolling Otter Brook Park. He further explained that 14 years ago the town entered 
into a contract with Otter Brook Dam for patrol of the park with the U. S. Government 
paying for the patrol. Selectman Stuhlsatz said that this patrol increased police visibility 
and so was a benefit to the town. However the Selectmen had no knowledge of the afore 
mentioned contract and will look into it. They echoed residents" concern that the town 
should be paying for an insurance increase. Rather, the US Gov't, it would seem, should 
increase Chief Collier's compensation to include insurance increase. 

Article 4: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $500.00 for Town 
Welfare and emergency assistance to the Town Poor. Motion carried. 

Article 5: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $750.00 for the 
salaries and expenses of the Fire Department. Motion carried. 



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Article 6; To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $500.00 for upkeep 
of the Cemeteries. Motion carried. 

Article 7: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the selectmen to borrow money in 

anticipation of taxes and will vote to raise the sum of $3,200.00 for interest expense. 
Motion carried. 

Article 8:. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $100.00 for a 
contingency fund. Motion carried. 

Article 9: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $22,000.00 for 
summer and winter road maintenance. Motion carried after discussion. 
Report of discussion: Resident asked who owns the sand at the town bam. Selectmen 
replied that while Billy Coots, our winter road agent, owns the sand any resident can 
get sand as needed for icy driveways. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $262.00 to support 

the Mental Health Service Program of Monadnock Family and Mental Health Service. 

Motion carried. 

Article 1 1. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $24,911.88 for 
highway construction and reconstruction. Selectmen's comment: These fiinds for 
expenditure are designated to the Town through the Highway Block Grant Fund. The 
appropriation does not affect the Town's tax rate, but to be properly expended a vote is 
required.Motion carried. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $400.00 as the 
Town's planning expenses and it's share of expenses for the operation of The 
Southwestern New Hampshire Planning Commission. These funds may be used for 
financing the staff, operation expenses, planning, studies, technical assistance and other 
programs of the commission. These funds may be used in conjunction with other State 
and Federal Funds available for planning purposes. Motion carried. 

Article 13: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $12,850.00 to be 
paid for Solid Waste Disposal and recycling center privileges in the Town of 
Marlborough. Motion carried. 

Article 14: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $1,500.00, as it's fair 
share of stand-by costs for the use of the City of Keene's ambulance service. Motion 
carried. 

Article 15: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $5,000.00 to be 

added to the Road Improvement Capital Reserve Fund previously established. Motion 

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carried. 

Article 16: To see if the Tovvti will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $204.12 to support 
the meals program of The Community Kitchen, Inc. Motion carried. 

Article 17: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $175.00 to support 
the Southwestern Community Services. Motion carried. 

Article 18: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $250.00 to support 
the Home Health Care & Community Services. Motion carried. 

Article 19: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $200.00 for the 
community participation in the City of Keene's Household Hazardous Waste 
Collection Project day (Saturday June 5'\ 1999). A motion was made and seconded 
to amend this article to spend $91.00 to participate one time only, Saturday June 5'^ 
Article as amended carried. 

Article 20: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $1,000.00 to be 

added to the Capital Reserve Fund for the Town Police Cruiser previously established. 
Motion carried. 

Article 21: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $3,000.00 for the 
initial building improvements to the Town's Meeting Hall and Offices. Motion carried 
Selectman White reported that the parking lot had been expanded, a driveway put in to 
the rear entrance, and a handicapped door installed at the rear entrance. 

Article 22: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $5,000.00 to be 

added to the Capital Reserve Fund for future reevaluation as previously established. 
Motion carried A resident suggested the Selectmen look into having the State do the 
revaluation at a possible lower cost than a private firm. 

Article 23: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $15,000.00 to pave 
the previously paved portion of the Davis Road, and authorize the withdrawal of the 
$15,00.00 from the Capital Reserve Fund created for that purpose. Selectman's Note: The 
total cost of paving will be $33,500.00. The balance of $18,500.00 The balance is to 
come from the regular Road Maintenance appropriation (Art. 9 & 11). Selectman James 
McNeill made a motion which was seconded to amend this article to read, appropriation 
of $20,000.00 to pave the previously paved portion of Davis Road and authorize the 
withdrawal of $20,000.00 from the Capital Reserve Fund created for that purpose. This 
would leave a balance of the cost of $13,500.00 which would come from the regular road 
appropriation (Art 9&1 1). Article as amended passed. 

Article 24: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $6,500.00 for 

upgrading the existing six-wheeler a machine with more capacity and greater flexibility. 
Motion was made and seconded to pass over this article. By a hand count of 23 ayes to 

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19 ua>s this article was passed over. 

Article 25: To see if the Town will vote to rescind Wairant Article 30 as amended and passes by 
the Town At Town Meeting on March 30, 1998. Warrant Article 30 as amended and 
passed at the March 30.1998 Town Meeting reads as follows: "To see if the Town will 
vote to open 1,066 feet of the closed portion of the Davis Road, beginning at 325 Davis 
Road (George Davis farm) to 392 Davis Road (The Sabolevski home), and, per RSA 
23 1 :22-a, that such opening would be subject to the betterment assessments provision of 
RSA 23 1 :28-33.") Motion carried after discussion. Report of discussion: Selectmen 
explained that it was the advice of counsel to rescind this article because it was 
improperly worded. Where the word '"open" was used, instead, the word '"re-classify" 
should have been used. 

Article 26: The undersigned registered voters of the Town of Roxbury hereby petition the 

Selectmen of the Town of Roxbury for insertion into the Selectmen's Warrant for the 
1999 Annual Town Meeting pursuant to the provisions of New Hampshire RSA 39:3 the 
following warrant article: 

To see if the Town will vote to reclassify from a Class VI highway pursuant to the 
provisions of RSA 231:22-a, a 1,066 foot section of Davis Road, in a northeasterly 
direction to the property now owned by Joseph Sabolevski and Sherti Sabolevski at 392 
Davis Road and further that said reclassification without the necessity or requirement of 
betterment assessments pursuant to RSA 231:28-33 

Petitioned warrant article signed by the following 23 registered voters of the Tovra of 
Roxbury: 



Edwin F Ellis 
Dream Tardiff 
Ann Cavola 
Michael Neylan 
Gerald Davis 
Shelley Davis 
Mary H Brown 
Neil Goodell 



Todd Tucker 
Denise Tucker 
Carolyne Buffum 
Kenneth Buffum 
Robert Goodell 
Richard Donohue 
Doris Donohue 
Katherine Bedaw 



Harold Cook 
Florence Cook 
Matthew Weaver 
Leroy Austin 
Margaret Austin 
Gale Russell 
Dorothy J Russell 



Not supported by Selectmen because at present the twelve feet of tarred road and 
narrow shoulders will not permit two vehicles to pass. 

A motion was made and seconded to amend this article so the petition would read as 
presented. Motion to amend carried. 



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To see if the town will vote to reclassify from a Class VI highway to a Class V highway, 
pursuant to the provisions of RSA 23 1 :22-a, a 1,066 foot section of Davis Road 
extending from the end of the present Class V highway classification of Davis Road, in a 
northeasterly direction to the property now owned by Joseph Sabolevski and Sherry 
Sabolevski at 392 Davis Road and fiirther that said reclassification is unconditional 
without the necessity or requirement of betterment assessments pursuant to RSA 231 :28- 
33. 

Motion was made and carried to allow Attorney Gary Sheldon to speak for his clients the 
Sabolevskis Attorney Sheldon pointed out that the Sabolevskis had improved the road at 
their own expense. Residents' concern was that while Joe had improved the road it was 
not wide enough to allow passage of two vehicles, especially if one were to be an 
emergency vehicle. Thus creating a safety concern issue, that the narrow width of the road 
could be a hazard for possible future increased travel and a liability issue for the town in 
the future. By a ballot vote of 35 no to 17 yes, article 26 as amended did not carry. 

Article 27: To see if the Town will vote to conditionally reclassify from Class VI to Class V a 
portion of the Davis Road beginning at 325 Davis Road (George Davis farm) and 
continuing approximately 1,066 feet, more or less, at a width of no more than twelve feet 
of tarred travel way and with narrow shoulders, well ditched and drained, to 392 Davis 
Road. (Joseph and Sherri Sabolevski residence) upon compliance with betterment 
assessments as provided in RSA 23 1 :28-33, which are not concerned with the width of 
this road as it presently exists. 

A motion was made and carried to amend this article to read: To see if the town will vote 
to conditionally reclassify from Class VI to Class V a portion of the Davis Road (George 
Davis farm) and continuing approximately 1,066 feet, more or less, to 392 Davis Road, 
(Joseph and Sherry Sabolevski residents) upon compliance with betterment assessments 
as provided in RSA 23 1 :28-33. Article as amended carried. 

Article 28: Pursuant to the provisions of RSA # 4 for adoption of an order to do the following. 
The treatment storage disposal and or land application of municipal sewage sludge, 
industrial sludge and products derived from these sludges is prohibited in the Town of 
Roxbury. This ordinance shall not apply to any facility of the Town for the disposal of 
septage generated within the town. Failure to comply will result in fines and penalties 
described in RSA149-M:13,2. Motion carried. 

Article 29. To transact any other business which may come before the said meeting. 

a. A motion was made and carried to reconsider article 24. Motion to reconsider article 24 
carried. By a hand count of 1 3 ayes to 20 nays article 24 did not carry. 



The meeting adjourned at 10:30 P.M.. 

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To^Yn of Roxbur\, N.H. 

Subject: Betlemient Assessment Hearing for the reclassification of a portion of Davis Road. 

Date: June 3. 1999 

Present: Selectman Peter Stuhlsatz, Selectman James McNeill, persons who are served by or abut 
the road: Eric Jensen, Scott Jensen, Joseph Sabolevski, Sherrie Sabolevski, and David 
Shepardson. Also present were attorneys Gary Sheldon (for Sabolevski) and Amie Falk 
(Representing the town of Roxbury). Also present were Fred White and Gus of Allstate 
Asphalt (At request of Selectmen) 

The meeting was called to order at 7:00 PM by Selectman Stuhlsatz who asked if all were 
satisfied that the proper notice of the meeting had been given. Responses were in the affirmative. 

General discussion followed concerning the requirements to widen the Davis Road to 1 8 feet 
because the width represented the narrowest portion of the town maintained road leading up to the 
gate at the Davis Farm. 

There was general discussion about the estimated cost of $40,000.00 needed to widen the 
1 066 feet of road between the Davis Farm and the Sabolevski driveway. 

Gus answered the question of where the road would be widened, stating that it would be 
pushed 6 feet out of the south side away from telephone poles within the survey boundaries of the 
existing town right-of-way. (The cost of the survey is not part of the estimate-it would be the 
responsibility of the town.) 

Selectman Stuhlsatz commented that the survey for Joe Sabolevski 's subdivision and the 
more recent survey of the estate of George Davis would probably accurately locate the road. 

A question was raised about blasting. It was stated that should it be necessary to blast to 
establish a new and adequate ditch line to the south of the road shoulder that there would be an 
additional expense not accounted for in the estimate of $40,000.00. 

A question was raised about the necessity of grinding up the existing road. It was stated that 
adding 6 feet of tar to the current road would create a maintenance problem. The existing road bed 
is already cracking and just adding asphalt would leave a weak joint. 

A question was raised concerning the final surface and it was stated that it would be the same 
as the present road leading up to the Davis Farm-cold pack asphalt. 

(Copies of the Allstate Asphalt estimates are available in the Selectmen's office.) 

Attorney Sheldon asked where the Class V road ends and the Class VI road begins. Lerander 
answered that he figures his estimate from the sign that says that "this portion of the Davis Road is 
closed subject to gates and bars". 

Attorney Sheldon pointed out that on the subdivision map permitting the construction of the 
Sabolevski homestead it is indicated that the town maintained portion of the road ended some 
distance up the hill at a bar way into a pasture (The bar way has since been removed). (A map is 
available in the selectmen's office) 

Attorney Sheldon asked if there is any record of when and where the town reclassified roads 
V to VI. FoiTner Selectman Fred White answered that such records could be found in the Town 
Reports. 

Attorney Falk asked if the town had ever maintained the road beyond the sign and stone wall. 
General discussion agreed that the town had not maintained the road beyond the sign and the stone 
wall in the last ten years. Joe Sabolevski pointed out that he had to put the pipe in that section of the 



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road when he had it tarred. Attorney Falk pointed out that according to the R.S.A's if the town does 
not maintain a road for five years it automatically reverts to Class VI status. 

Attorney Sheldon stated that when the Sabolevski's originally petitioned the town to 
reclassify the road, they didn't want the town to improve it, they just wanted the town to maintain 
it. 

Attorney Sheldon and the Sabolevski's also contend that when they originally petitioned for 
reclassification, their portion of the road was in better condition than the town road leading up to 
it. 

Selectman Stuhlsatz pointed out that the town recognized the expense the Sabolevski's had 
incurred repairing and tarring the portion of the Davis Road between the Davis Farm and the 
Sabolevski's homestead. Stuhlsatz also pointed out that other people did have the right to use the 
road, even though they do not pay for the upkeep, because it is still public property. Selectmen 
Stuhlsatz and McNeill also pointed out that the purpose of this hearing is to discuss the 
improvements to the road as voted on at the Town Meeting in March and to determine how the cost 
will be distributed. 

Attorney Falk stated for the record that notices were sent to all persons affected and the 
assessment is a lien on the property and not a tax. 

Since the assessments were prepared the Selectmen decided to announce them rather than 
waiting. Selectman Stuhlsatz explained that the assessments are based on an estimated cost of 
$40,000.00 and are assigned in 3 categories. The first category would be property directly served by 
improving the road. Joe Sabolevski and the estate of George Davis would be assessed 80% or 
$32,000.00. The portion of the distribution to be decided by Joe Sabolevski, landowner and Joe 
Sobolevski, executor of the Davis estate. 

The second category consists of properties to the east of the portion of the Davis Road in 
question. These properties will be assessed 1 5% or $6,000.00 distributed according to the increments 
of developable lot road frontage. 

The third category consists of properties along the Fairbanks Road which runs in a northerly 
direction from the church site to Otter Brook. The access to these properties is marginally improved 
by the improvements on the road and are assessed 5% of the cost, or $2,000.00- again divided up by 
increments of potentially developable lot frontage. 

Attorney Sheldon objected to the 80% assessment to be levied on Joe Sabolevski and the 
estate of George Davis and felt that a more consistent method should be used. 

Selectman Stulhlsatz answered that the total cost would be assessed and billed as previously 
described immediately after the completion of the project. 

The meet was adjourned at 8:15 PM. 



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rown ot Roxbury 
Special Meeting 

December 13,1999 

On December 13,1999 there was a special Town Meeting called because of money that 
the State reimbursed to the Town for extra expenditures incuiTed because of the States delay in 
properly funding the schools. 

Present: Gale Russell. Mary Brown, Mark Funk and Chris Kaufer. Selectmen Peter Stuhlsatz. 
James McNeill. Glen White with Cindy Sasaz, administrative Assistant. 

Selectman, Peter Stuhlsatz presented an explanation that this was State grant money not 
raised by taxation. A public hearing had to be held before anything could be done with the 
money. 

Three options were discussed: 

1 . Reduce Taxes 

2. Tar Roads 

3. Spend money for a computer upgrade and new tax map. 

Public discussion favored spending the money on a computer upgrade over the other two 
possibilities. The final decision will be made at the Town Meeting. The possibility of a further 
Grant from the State for a computer upgrade for towns with outdated programs was discussed. 



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Town of Roxbury 

1999 Property Values and Taxes 

RESroENT 



NAME & DESCRIPTION 
LOT NUMBER 



CURRENT USE 
ACRES 



GROSS 
VALUATION 



EXEMPTION WAR CREDIT TOTAL TAX 



AHLEMEYER. VINCENT J. & MARGARET 



LOT#1/D01 


106.00 


$9,350 




ANTRIM, THOMAS & CAROLYN 








LOT #3/169 5.10 




$182,150 




.APPLE HILL MUSIC CAMP 








LOT #2/1 85 2.00 




$0 




ARNOW, DAVID 








LOT #2/003 81.00 




$65,500 




AUSTIN. LEROY M. & MARGARET A. 








LOT#5AI38/3 5.70 




$174,950 




BAKER. JOHN P 








LOT #1/006 


35.00 


$2,800 




BALLOU, RICHARD & SALLY 








LOT # 5/097/1 B 2.61 




$128,650 




. BAYBUTT CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION 




$101,600 




LOT #1/084 94.00 




BECK. HELEN MAMIKONIAN & MAE 








LOT # 91008 9.50 




$186,150 




BEDAW. KATHERINE A 








LOT # 5/035 0.83 




$65,250 




BENSON, THOMAS & IRENE 








LOT #9/010 2.30 


15.00 


$57,250 




LOT # 9/01 1 1 .00 




$152,550 




BERGERON. EMILE W. 








LOT #4/1 47 


21.10 


$1,850 




LOT #4^180 


1 90 


$167 




BLANCHARD, CLAYTON 








LOT # 3/D96/2A 6.80 




$29,250 




BLANCHARD. GLADYS M. & AMOS M. JR 








L0T#6AD14 5.45 




$66,050 


$20,00000 


BROWN. MARY 








LOT#5«17 170 




$99,050 




BUCKLEY. CARL G. & BETTY J. 








LOT #7/01 8 0.20 




$61,377 




LOT #7/1 09 2.00 




$34,250 




BUCKLEY, CARL BETTY & JULIANA 








LOT #7/01 8A 2.00 




$84,773 




BUFFUM, KENNETH H. & CAROLYN 








L0T#3«19 2.40 




$85,950 





$50.00 



$50.00 



$190.00 

$3,699.00 

$0.00 

$1,330.00 

$3,553.00 

$57.00 

$2,613.00 

$2,063.00 

$3.781 .00 

$1 ,325.00 

$1,113.00 
$3,098.00 

$38 00 
$3.00 

$594.00 

$935.00 

$2,012.00 

$1.197 00 
$696.00 

$1 ,722.00 

$1,746.00 



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Town of Roxbury 

1999 Property Values and Taxes 

RESIDENT (continued) 



NAME & DESCRIPTION 
LOT NUMBER 



ACRES 



CURRENT USE 
ACRES 



GROSS 
VALUATION 



EXEMPTION WAR CREDIT TOTAL TAX 



BURR. FRANCIS H. 

LOT #9/1 44 7.20 




$18,700 




BURROUGHS. RANDOLPH A. & JANE A. 
LOT #5/1 14 0.29 




$60,700 




BURROUGHS. ROBERT & CHERRYL 
LOT #1/1 6/4 18.53 


18.53 


$1,745 




BURROUGHS. ROBERT & CHERYL 

LOT #1/016/2 2.50 


158.34 


$140,609 




BUSHEY (TRUST). BERNARD P. & CLARA \. 
LOT #7/1 36 12.90 




$190,800 




BUSHEY. BERNARD P. & CLARA \. 

LOT #7/1 56 064 




$2,950 




CAREY. DENNIS & DEANNA (LAND BUCKLEY) 




$34,750 




LOT#7/109A 




CARUSO. NANCY E. JOHNSON & DON 
LOT #3/051 2.79 


15.01 


$313,550 




CAVOLO. PAUL M. & ANN M. 

LOT # 8/024 1 .01 




$1,400 




LOT #8/038/1 13.20 




$150,400 




CHENIER, GEORGE & JUDITH 

LOT #5/097/2 5.73 




$118,250 




CLARK. RUSSELL P. 

LOT #6/139 026 




$47,100 




LOT #6/1 40 006 




$1,350 




COOKE (TRUST), HAROLD R. JR. & FLORENCE J. 


$72,500 




LOT # 5«22 1 .30 






COOPER. CHRISTA D BENNETT & JAMES 
LOT # 2J029 


147.10 


$11,750 




LOT #2/030 


39.30 


$3,150 




LOT # 2AD79 


12.90 


$1,050 




CORMIER. EDWARD J. & CAROL A. 
LOT #6/1 43 042 




$91,550 




, CORNERSTONE OUTREACH MINISTRIES. INC. 


$1,082 




LOT #1/16/5 11.49 


11.49 




LOT #1/15/6 7 78 


7.78 


$733 




COTA. KAREN A. 

LOT # 2/066 3.80 


60.00 


$109,200 




CYR. GILBERT 

LOT # 8/091 


127.27 


$11,400 




DANIELS. ARNOLD N. & PATRICIA L. 
LOT#6roi5 0.41 




$71,050 




LOT # 6/087 0.46 




$49,350 


$15,000.00 



$5000 



$50.00 



$50.00 



$50.00 



$380.00 

$1,183.00 

$35.00 

$2,856.00 

$3,82500 

$60.00 

$706.00 

$6,368.00 

$28.00 
$3,055.00 

$2,402.00 

$907.00 
$27.00 

$1 ,422.00 

$239,00 
$64.00 
$21.00 

$1 ,859.00 

$22.00 
$15.00 

$2,218.00 

$232.00 

$1,443.00 
$698.00 



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Town of Roxbury 

1 999 Property Values and Taxes 

RESroENT (continued) 



NAME & DESCRIPTION 
LOT NUMBER 



CURRENT USE 
ACRES 



GROSS 
VALUATION 



EXEMPTION WAR CREDIT TOTAL TAX 



DARLING fTRUST). JUNE F. 
LOT #6/023 

DARLING. JUNE F 
LOT #6/036 

LOT#6AD60 



6.20 



0.93 
6.70 



DAVENPORT. STEPHEN & JOANA 



LOT #3/041/1 13.30 

FORREST. KATHRYN 

LOT #8/038/1 2 6 20 

FRECHETTE. ERNEST W. 

LOT # 8/045 57.70 

FRIEND. LAWRENCE M. & MASHA E. 

LOT # 6/092 1 .20 



$103,150 



$3,150 
$15,000 



LOT #2/025 


15.50 




$25,650 


LOT #2/1 79 


33.00 




$41,100 


DAVIS JR., PHILIP L 








LOT # 5AD38/4 


6.00 




$7,800 


LOT #5/1 12 


6.20 




$53,800 


DAVIS, ESTATE OF GEORGE L. 






LOT # 3AD26 


1.60 


41.00 


$110,150 


LOT # 3/027 


1.00 


76.95 


$47,200 


DAVIS. GERALD L. 








LOT #6/1 10 


2.10 




$94,000 


LOT #6/111 


0.60 




$7,350 


DEANGELIS. EDSON R. 


& VIRGINIA A 


51.30 




LOT #2/138 




$2,750 


DERMANOUELIAN.ARAM 






LOT #2/033 


34.60 




$39,300 


DEROSIER. CLAYTON BLANCHARD & JANET 






LOT#6«05 


1.00 


$76,300 


DONOHUE. RICHARD J 


& DORIS M. 






LOT#5AD20 


083 




$63,350 


DROGUE. LOUIS & GWENDOLYN 






LOT # 2A358/3 


18.50 




$178,200 


DURANT. WILLIAM V.& 


WALLACE C. 






LOT #5/133 


1.10 


$92,100 


ELLIS. EDWIN F. 








LOT #3/040 


30.80 




$143,100 


LOT # 3/096/1 




20.00 


$1,760 


LOT # 3/096/2 




6.30 


$550 


LOT #3/1 64 




15.70 


$1,400 


EVERY. RUSSELL A. & BEVERLY A. 







$42,200 

$6,900 

$113,550 

$57,150 



$20,000.00 



$50.00 



$50.00 



$1 ,639.00 

$64.00 
$305.00 

$521.00 
$835.00 

$158.00 
$1 ,093.00 

$2,237.00 
$959.00 

$1 ,909.00 
$149.00 

$56 00 

$798.00 

$1,550,00 

$1 ,287.00 

$3,619.00 

$1 ,871 .00 

$2,856.00 

$36.00 
$11 00 
$28.00 

$857,00 

$140.00 

$2,306.00 

$1,161.00 



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Town of Roxbury 

1999 Property Values and Taxes 

RESroElNfT (continued) 



NAME & DESCRIPTION 
LOT NUMBER 



CURRENT USE 
ACRES 



GROSS 
VALUATION EXEMPTION 



WAR CREDIT TOTAL TAX 



FUNK. MARKS ALICE 



LOT # 3/096/4 


2.30 


159.10 


$215,300 


GARRISON. SEAN E. & MARCY A. 






LOT # 5/D61 


064 




$47,950 


GEDDES. PAUL 








LOT#4A346 


30.20 




$39,100 


GILCREAST. SEAVER R. JR. & BETSYAN 


23.00 




LOT # 8/049 


3.25 


$246,400 


GOODELL ROBERT & JENNIFER 






LOT # 5/067 


0.33 




$56,350 


GORDON. IRVIN H. 








LOT #8^352 




87.00 


$6,960 


LOT #8/1 84 




0.20 


$16 


HAMILL. MARGARET 








LOT # 8/057 


6.10 




$136,600 


HAYDEN. NANCY PELL 








LOT #9/059 


124.00 




$145,700 


HICKS. JOSHUA & PAULA M. 








LOT # 6/021 


0.46 




$63,150 


HOLLISTER. WILLIAM H. & MARTHA 






LOT # 2/066/1 




8.00 


$700 


HOOPER. WILLIAM D. 








LOT#6«62 


2.10 




$80,600 


HOWE. DAVID E. & MARY B 








LOT # 9/063 


6.20 




$27,650 


LOT #9/064 




93.80 


$6,800 


LOT # 9/064/1 


2.60 




$5,200 


LOT #9/1 07 


1.40 




$16,800 


INSULL. BONNIE S. 








LOT #5/097/1 A 


2.50 




$89,550 


JAMES. FRANCIS G. & BARBRA W. 






LOT # 8/068 


2.17 




$57,950 


JENSEN. ERIKB 








LOT # 3/99B 


159.30 


159.30 


$25,568 


JENSEN. SCOTT T.& AMANI F. 








LOT # 3/99A 


433 


70.57 


$93,583 


JEWETT. DAVID P. & CYNTHIA Y. 






LOT #9/1 53 


5.40 




$149,500 


JOHNSON. BRUCE C. & JACKIE L. 






LOT #1/1 52 


1.80 




$129,650 


JUCHATZ. WARREN C 









$98,000 



$4,373.00 

$97400 

$794.00 

$5,004.00 

$1,144.00 

$141.00 
$0.00 

$2,774.00 

$2,959.00 

$1 ,283.00 

$14.00 

$1 ,637.00 

$562.00 
$138.00 
$106.00 
$341.00 

$1,819.00 

$1,177.00 

$519.00 

$1 ,901 .00 

$3,036.00 

$2,633.00 

$1 ,990.00 



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Town of Roxbury 

1 999 Property Values and Taxes 

RESroENT (continued) 



NAMt & UtSUKIf 1 ION 

LOT NUMBER ACRES 


CURRENT USE 
ACRES 


GROSS 
VALUATION 


KAUFER, CHRISTOPHER & MARIE A. 


64.30 




LOT #3/1 66 


$5,7CX) 


LOT #8/1 01 1.90 


45.00 


$21 1 ,600 


KEATING. KENNETH J. & DORTHY 






LOT#5A397/4 6.40 




$152,500 


KENNARD, DAVID 






LOT #4/1 41 


52.70 


$2,300 



EXEMPTION WAR CREDIT TOTAL TAX 



LOT #4/1 61 

KENT. DAVID L. & SUSAN P. 
LOT #4/1 42/1 

KNIGHT. RICHARD 
LOT # 8AD82 

KNIGHT. WALTER JR & SARA P. 
LOT # 3/083 



36.00 

KRISTIANSEN. LARRY WELKOWITZ & MARYANN 

LOT #1/01 6/3 2.76 10.34 

LA BRIE. BRUCE A. & DEBORAH 

LOT # 9/053 4.00 

LA PLANTE. ALLEN J. & SANDRA 

LOT #8/1 50 6.00 

LAMOUREUX. JOSEPH E & CATHY 
LOT#6AD12 1.15 

MACKEY. DONNA M. 

LOT #5/132 0.96 

MARTINEAU. ANDRE M. & RICHARD 
LOT # 5^398 3.90 

MASON. ROBERT P. 

LOT #4/089 87,60 

MASON. TIMOTHY T., DONNA L. & ELLEN T. 
LOT #3/096/1 A 5.04 



MC KEON. PEARL G. 
LOT#6«90 



0.27 



. MEADOWSEND TIMBERLANDS LTD PARTNERSHIP 
LOT #1/009 48 80 

LOT #1/117 43.00 

METTLING. STEPHEN R. & YVONNE M. 
LOT # 3/054 4.50 

MILLER. HARRY 



MOONEY. DAVID W. 
LOT #7/100 



2.64 



MORAN. DANIEL R. & CHERI A.B 

LOT #8/149/8 5.10 



$300 

$450 

$850 

$2,300 

$163,750 

$110,500 

$106,250 

$113,900 

$61,750 

$108,350 

$5,600 

$110,300 

$66,550 

33,900 
$3,450 

$162,600 
$14,750 

$132,600 
$26,500 



$50.00 



$50.00 



$50.00 



$116.00 
$4,298.00 

$3,047.00 

$47.00 
$6.00 

$900 

$17.00 

$47.00 

$3,326.00 

$2,244.00 

$2,158.00 

$2,313 00 

$1 ,254.00 

$2,201.00 

$114.00 

$2,240,00 

$1 ,302.00 

$79,00 
$70.00 

$3,302.00 
$300.00 

$2,643.00 
$538,00 



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Town of Roxbury 

1999 Property Values and Taxes 

RESroElNfT (continued) 



NAME & DESCRIPTION 

LOT NUMBER ACRES 


CURRENT USE 
ACRES 


GROSS 
VALUATION EXEMPTION 


WAR CREDIT TOTAL TAX 


MORAN. DANIEL R. & CHERI A.B. 








LOT#8/149/A 1.09 


19.80 


$209,000 


$4,245.00 


, NEW ENGLAND POWER CO. 








LOT# /LINESJ 




$5,449 


$1 1 1 .00 


NEYLAN. MICHAEL J. & BARBARA 








LOT #3/1 20 3.90 


3.10 


$166,600 


$3,384.00 


LOT #3/1 35 


16.50 


$900 


$18.00 


O'BRIEN. TIMOTHY W. 








LOT #3/01 3 5.60 


15.00 


$209,550 


$4,256.00 


OYER. JOSEPH H. & PATRICIA D. 








LOT #9/048 


208.75 


$14,700 


$299.00 


PATENAUDE, GENE & DIANE 








LOT # 8/038/9 5.80 




$6,050 


$123.00 


.PUBLIC SERVICE OF N.H. 








LOT# /LINES 




$88,743 


$1 ,802.00 


REED. CHARLES & HERBERT JR 








LOT #4/102 58.10 




$44,100 


$896.00 


ROBIDOUX. LAWRENCE & MARCIA 








LOT #7/103 1.52 




$114,400 


$2,323.00 


LOT#7/103/E 2.34 




$9,600 


$195.00 


ROBINSON, FRANK T. 








LOT #9/1 06 


32.00 


$2,560 


$52.00 


ROBINSON. MADELENE L. 1995 TRUST 








LOT #6/105 0.98 




$77,500 $15,000.00 


$50.00 $1,219.00 


ROUSMANIERE. JAMES A. JR. 








LOT #8/1 49/2 2.57 


23.00 


$218,650 


$4,441 .00 


RUSSELL. GALE M 








LOT #5/1 15 025 




$6,600 


$134.00 


RUSSELL. GALE M. & DOROTHY J. 








LOT # 3/044 22.00 




$44,000 


$894.00 


LOT #5/1 13/97 31.80 




$159,950 


$50.00 $3,199.00 


RUSSELL. SUSAN N 








LOT # 5/097/3 5.54 




$159,900 


$3,248.00 


SABOLEVSKI. JOSEPH B. & SHERRIE J. 








LOT # 3«27/1 1 1 70 




$230,150 


$4,674.00 


SCHULTZ. LOUIS A.. JOAN & MARK 








LOT # 8/038/5 6.80 




$6,200 


$126.00 


LOT #8/038/6 9.20 




$8,850 


$180.00 


LOT # 8X338/8 5.90 




$6,150 


$125.00 


SEAFIELD CENTER. INC., SEAFIELD PINES HOSPITAL CORP 







$12,500 



$254.00 



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Town of Roxbury 

1999 Property Values and Taxes 

RESIDENT (continued) 



NAME & DESCRIPTION 
LOT NUMBER 



ACRES 



CURRENT USE 
ACRES 



GROSS 
VALUATION 



EXEMPTION WAR CREDIT TOTAL TAX 



SEBERT JR.. DIANA M. & ROBERT F. 
LOT # 3A342 4.56 

LOT # 3/D42/1 

SHAW. CHARLES JR. S ANN G. 

LOT #8/038/10 5.90 

SHAW. CHARLES L. 3RD & NANCY B. 
LOT # 8/038/1 1 6.50 

SHEPARDSON. DAVID C. & VIRGINIA R. 
LOT # 3/050 1 .50 



SNOW. JEFFERY B. & KELLY M. DARLING 
LOT #1/016/1 1.02 



15.07 
2.66 



68.50 
58.40 



10.00 
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF N. H. FORESTS 



LOT #1/123 

LOT #1/130 

LOT #1/131 

LOT # 2/1 78 

LOT # 4/032 

LOT #4/1 18 

LOT #4/1 82 

LOT #8/1 29 

LOT # 9/C88 

LOT #9/1 27 

LOT #9/1 28 

. SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF N.H. 
LOT #2/056 

SPALTHOFF. HARRY & RONALD 
LOT #3/104 



14.30 

539.00 

14.00 

3.00 

49.40 

25.00 

20.10 

3.80 

100.60 



FORESTS 



106.70 



133.50 

SPALTHOFF. LILLIAN M. CARD. HARRY R. & RONALD L. 
LOT #3/055 15.50 

SPALTHOFF. RONALD L. & YVONNE 
LOT #3/140 510 

STARRATT. JEFFREY 

LOT # 5/038/2 9 40 

STEWART. CAROLINE AUGUSTA 

LOT # 9/031 2.50 

STOCKWELL. DANIEL E. & MEREDITH W. 
LOT # 3/041 8.80 

STUHLSATZ. PETER M. & MARIKA K. 
LOT #3/121 4.90 



$80,850 
$200 

$6,150 

$6,900 

$79,750 
$4,650 

$128,000 

$1,150 

$43,100 

$1,100 

$250 
$3,500 
$1,800 
$1,400 

$300 
$8,050 
$3,600 
$1,100 

$3,222 

$10,700 

$1,250 

$154,950 

$83,050 

$82,950 

$143,600 

$84,000 



$50.00 
$50.00 



$1 ,642.00 
$4.00 

$125.00 

$140.00 

$1,620.00 
$94.00 

$2,600.00 

$23.00 

$875.00 

$22.00 

$5.00 

$71.00 

$37.00 

$28.00 

$6.00 

$163.00 

$73.00 

$22.00 

$65.00 
$21 7.00 

$25-00 
$3,147.00 
$1,687.00 
$1,685.00 
$2,867.00 
$1,656,00 



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Town of Roxbury 

1999 Property Values and Taxes 

RESIDENT (continued) 



NAME & DESCRIPTION 

LOT NUMBER ACRES 


CURRENT USE 
ACRES 


GROSS 
VALUATION EXEMPTION 


STUMACHER. ERIC & KATHLEEN 






LOT # 2A358/1 




31.80 


$2,800 


SUPRY. MICHAEL & KAREN L. 








LOT # 6AB7 


0.41 




$63,650 


TARDIFF. DONALD & DREAM A. 








LOT#3AD96A3 


19.80 




$163,300 


TAVES TRUST AGREEMENT. ERNEST HENRY 




LOT #4/1 22 


95.00 




$419,650 


LOT #4/1 25 




80.00 


$6,650 


LOT #4/1 26 




25.20 


$2,000 


LOT #9/1 24 




82.10 


$7,200 


TRUDELLE, LESLIE G. & HELEN V 






LOT #6/1 34 


4.30 




$56,800 $10,000.00 


TUCKER. TODD B. R. DENISE M 








LOT #3/1 16 


2.50 




$129,550 


UNKNOWN. (UNKNOWN) 








LOT #8/159 


3.40 




$0 


WALLACE. ESTATE OF GERALDINE J. 






LOT #3/1 37 




49.00 


$3,900 


WEAVER. MATTHEW W. 








LOT #5/047 


0.34 




$73,800 


WELLS JR.. TRUST OF WELLINGTON 






LOT #4/1 42 




50.50 


$1,950 


LOT #4/1 42/2 




3.75 


$188 


WHIPPLE. RICHARD L. 








LOT # 7/D85 




19 00 


$300 


WHIPPLE. RICHARD L & PATRICIA 






LOT #6/158 


1.80 


45.00 


$185,250 


WHITE, FREDA. & CAROL A. 








LOT # 5/034 


0.64 




$9,600 


LOT # 5/D66 


0.17 




$58,800 


LOT #5/1 45 


0.28 




$36,250 


LOT #5/1 46 


3.10 




$91,850 


LOT #8/038/7 


7.70 




$7,300 


WHITE. MARY JO & GLENN L 








LOT #8/1 48 


2.60 




$123,350 


WILDER. JAMES J. & LOREN B. 


W. 






LOT # 2/058/2 


4.00 




$3,200 


WILLETTE. CHARLES & LEE 








LOT #1/119 


0.62 




$63,850 


WILSON. KEVIN N. 








LOT # 3/004 


2.50 




$38,900 



$50.00 



$57.00 

$1,293.00 

$3,317.00 

$8,523.00 

$135.00 

$41.00 

$146.00 

$951.00 

$2,631 .00 

$0.00 

$7900 

$1,499.00 

$40.00 
$4.00 

$6.00 

$3,762,00 

$195.00 
$1,194.00 

$736.00 
$1,815.00 

$148.00 

$2,505.00 

$65.00 

$1 ,297.00 

$790.00 



Townof Roxbury resident 

1 999 Property Values and Taxes 
RESroENT (continued) 

NAME & DESCRIPTION CURRENT USE GROSS 
LOT NUMBER ACRES ACRES VALUATION EXEMPTION WAR CREDIT TOTAL TAX 

YARDLEY. STEVEN D. & JO ANNE L. 

LOT #9/153/1 3.95 $175,500 $3,564.00 

. ZOOM CITY POWER SPORTS. INC. 

LOT #8/1 60 12.50 $21,450 $436.00 



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